First impressions count, and the welcoming atmosphere at Camptown Campground sets the scene for a magical vacation. RVers looking to escape the road can escape to this idyllic, wooded area with spacious gravel sites and a thick canopy of established trees for shade. There are full hookups to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer, with wifi and cable TV on offer as well.
The staff will be happy to escort you to a site and help with anything else you might need. Camptown maybe a little out of the way, but all services are in excellent working order, including clean restrooms, showers, and a laundry facility. The daily rate is $35, and there's plenty of space for tents at a nightly fee of $25, including water and electricity.
Camptown Campground is a place to replenish the soul, and furry family members are invited to join the fun. Woofers are required to stay on a leash at all times, except when they can gleefully play in the fenced dog park, their special place for off-leash fun! The general rule is for pet parents to pick up their fur-baby's waste and canines to be friendly toward guests and other pups. The wooded areas and nature trails are a doggy wonderland with tree-marking oppawtunities at every turn.
Guests can indulge in a game of horseshoes, toast marshmallows over an old-fashioned campfire, or go walking through the woods. Happy customers rave that the owners of this campground are some of the nicest people you'll ever meet. Yes, you’ll feel like family at this quiet camp, where road noise is a world away!
The city of Petersburg is a 20-minute drive and offers enchanting architecture and American Civil War history. The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier is a must for history buffs, while outdoor enthusiasts can experience a whitewater rafting adventure on the Appomattox River or hike the 9.9-mile River Trail with their dog.
If it's serenity you seek, Camptown Campground is perfect for your next summer break. Peak times are holidays, so book your site in advance to avoid disappointment.